New York City, US-based music publisher Reservoir Media Management picked up the music catalogue of Ireland-based First State Media Group for an undisclosed amount to increase its list to 75,000 songs.
Singapore-based business consortium DDB Group Asia Pacific acquired Bangalore, India-based digital marketing firm 22feet for an undisclosed amount in a bid to be the leader in the development of India's digital marketing solutions industry.
Netflix has agreed to pay one of the largest broadband providers in the United States Comcast Corp for faster speeds, throwing open the possibility that more content companies will have to shell out for better service.
Koos Bekker, the Chief Executive Officer of South Africa-based e-commerce and media giant Naspers Ltd, will be stepping down on April. He will be replaced by Bob van Dijk, Reuters reported.
China-based Fosun International Ltd is the most likely acquirer of Forbes Media Llc but will be paying less than $250 million for the money management magazine, according to sources interviewed by The Deal Pipeline.
Needham, US-based digital video advertising distributor Extreme Reach pocketed $50 million in a venture round from Village Ventures, Greycroft Partners, Spectrum Equity, and Long River Ventures.
An investigative report published by independent news organization Mother Jones said most federal judges are not keen to consider piracy claims based on computer Internet Protocol (IP) addresses, which are often used as proof to identify potential thefts.
Media and digital marketing firm Dentsu Aegis Network added China-based social creative firm Verawom for an undisclosed sum, in a deal that will integrate the latter into the Isobar China group.
Tim Armstrong, the chief executive of mass media company AOL Inc., on Saturday issued a memo informing employees that his company would revert to its previous employee retirement benefit plan after drawing outrage from employees. Armstrong also apologized for an unpopular remark he made in an attempt to explain the change in policy.
New York Times columnist and former executive editor Bill Keller will be leaving the American media firm to become the editor-in-chief of nonprofit news startup The Marshall Project on March 1.
Dublin, Ireland-based media holding firm Communicorp snapped up eight stations from London, UK-based media and publishing holding group Global Radio in a deal valued at £35 million as the latter was forced by the Competition Commission to do so.
Hollywood, US-based digital media firm SpinMedia Group acquired SpinMedia LLC for an undisclosed amount, and poured in $10 million in funding to deal with the company's debts.
Tech and Internet giant Google released a new software development kit (SDK) that allows developers to build their own apps for the Chromecast streaming media dongle.
Georg Petschnigg, Chief Executive Officer of creativity tool Paper, wants Facebook to change the name of the new mobile news app that it launched last week, which is also called Paper.
San Francisco, US-based sports-centered social networking platform Sqor raised over $4.4 million out of the targeted $13 million funding round ahead of a major platform update set to take place in February.